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it's the top of the hour. the bottom line is what should be more pleasant temperatures are feeling just as humid as last week's higher temperatures. it's christy breslin in for sharon and meteorologist tim williams in for marty bass at first warning weather. good morning. don mentioned it, the temperatures are comfortable. the dew point is still high. that stickiness is building just a little bit as we are sitting here on this august monday. 62 oakland, 72 elkton, 71 on the shore. humidity is building because high pressure is pushing offshore. a chance for showers and thunderstorms as a result of some of that
instable caused by that humidity and some of the dew points going up. tomorrow could be an active to o day. today not too bad. 8 7 degrees your high, 78 degrees your low. there's been trouble this morning. here is christy breslin in for sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> good morning. that utility problem in timonu s m has been cleared. we have a disabled vehicle northbound 95 at mccomas blocking the right-hand lane. southbound 95 a minor slow down as you approach the beltway. we had an earlier accident at liberty road that has been cleared. on the outer loop from 83 to 95, 55 miles per hour average and 10 minutes to get through. let's take a live look. you can see not too much to talk about there. that's the top of the harbor tunnel. now wjz has the stories people are
talking about this morning, here's don. new development when it comes to former maryland and nsa edward snowden. >> good morning. we've learned the father of nsa leaker edward snowden will visit his son in moscow. snowden is wanted in the u.s. on espionage charges. >> edward snowden's father wants his son to have his day in american court. >> where my son chooses to live is going to be his decision. i would like for him to be able to come back to the u.s. >> lon snowden plans to meet his son in moscow to find ways to dispute the espionage charges. he's been granted asylum for one year. >> the only deal will be true justice. >> maryland representative
dutch rups ruppersberger had strong words. >> he went to cry that and russia >> snowden is accused of leaking classified information. late last week president obama announced plans to make programs more transparent and accountable. ruppersberger said reform is needed but those programs protect americans. >> we need this program. the president understands that. >> do you at this point feel that the agency has invaded anyone's privacy? >> absolutely not. >> lon snowden said much of what the friday suggested friday about reviewing nsa programs is super official. >> snowden's father said he has not spoken with his son since he departed the u.s. >> the son has been charged with espionage. a baltimore county girl is being treated after she's drug by her dog.
it happened yesterday around 4:president -- at 4:30 at cotswald court. closing arguments are set to begin today in the murder for hire trial of karla porter. she told jurors he suffered years of verbal and physical abuse at the hands of her son. the five defendants are serving prison time. towson was the location of a car crash that sent eight people in the hopped. it happened on the beltway. a passenger van went down the end bankment and flipped over. nobody was trapped inside. everybody was taken to the hospital. no word on their conditions or the cause of that crash. if you're morning commute includes filling up your gas thank that'ses relief at the
pump as gas prices have hit the lowest mark since the middle of last month. mike schuh is live at cold spring and falls road. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it's the old supply and demand ratio. supply is up, demand is down, prices fall. >> pull up to the pump and the numbers seem like they've gone up. over the last few days the prices nationwide and in maryland have be falling. >> it takes a little less of the sting out of your wallet. >> prices hit a high of $3.70. it's fell 9 cents last week . still know lotter than this same time last year but some relief none the less. >> we've been seeing crude oil prices trend high. we've been seeing gas prices trickle down, which is certainly encouraging news. >> sounds good to drivers who say they've been pinching their pennies. >> you have to watch every
dollar in this economy. i've been able to keep the tank filled. you wonder when are you doing to get up to $100 fill up one of these days. >> reporter: experts say the push to put more fuel efficient cars on the road is finally catching up, meaning less demand. so far yesterday i saw a price of $3.49 a gallon near white marsh. back to you. >> thank you. so if you're filling up you'll likely be paying $3.59. it's still less than $3.64 a week ago. the ravens added bran dan stokely to their roster. they previously drafted him in '99. he was at yesterday's open practice downtown but he did not suit up. thousands of ravens fans turned out to see their
favorite players in action at that open practice. here is rochelle richie. >> good morning. well, purple fever is already in effect and football season hasn't officially kicked off just yet. >> are you ready for some football? ravens fans certainly are. as m&t bank stadium bank stadium is filled with eager and anxious die-hard fans. >> this is an exciting day. i couldn't wait. ever since we won the super bowl i've been waiting to come back. >> for many it was the only chance to be this close to the players. >> a great opportunity to come down, free, spend time watching your favorite team and enjoying football. >> ravens supporters watched flacco and suggs with intensity to see how prepared the ravens are for another spectacular season. >> ravens fans say they still
expect the team to dominate on the field. >> ozzie reloaded the team, had a great draft. we have a lot of our core players coming back. i think we're going to be hard to beat. we have a great coach. >> i think we can build a dynasty in flacco continues the play well. >> for some this is their first time to the stadium after watching the team bring home the lombardi. there's no way they couldn't come out and support this guys this year. >> it's amazing the people that come out to support them. >> the team sign ed ed auto graphs after practice. >> thank you. >> ravens fans say they are hoping for another super bowl win so we can all celebrate like this again. according to the ravens official twitter account, 25,000 people were in attendance. i'm rochelle richie, wjz eyewitness news. >> a third and final open practice will be held next week at stevenson university.
of course, there's another preseason game at m&t this thursday night. now on to the orioles out on the west coast. the birds win their series with the giants in san francisco. yesterday the birds were shut out for the first five innings before getting a run in the 6th. in the 7th j.j. hardy drove one does he have to left. the orioles take a 3-2 lead and add four more runs in the 8th. then in the 9th adam jones gets a three-run homerun shot. it was his 24th homerun of the year. the orioles win 10-2. they now are no arizona to play the diamond backs. in the dry heat. >> rolling right along. two teams playing from our city now. two teams to stress about for a while. the orioles will be stressing about more sooner than later. >> got you. the ronster standing by.
how about that, stokely is coming back. >> reporter: how about that. caught the famous pass in super bowl 35 in tampa. >> he did indeed. >> reporter: and also dallas clark, the former indianapolis player, great tight end, they're signing him. maybe todd heap will come back. >> you ner know. >> reporter: ravens are going to be good this year. go o's, they win again. in arizona tonight. it's manic monday in fells point. we have a great group this morning. we can't wait for their performance. it's open door care when the eyewitness news morning edition rolls on. nrz ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
why do i have to go first? okay. 70 degrees right now. at least they have a weather name, thunder from down under. i got nothing. 90% humidity. 67 the your dew point. humidity building into the region for right now. we may have some thunder later this evening into tomorrow. we have dew points building. 62 oakland, 71 ocean city. around the immediate metro area, temperatures around that 70 degree range. 68 westminster and bel air, 69 rock hall and 73 in annapolis and kent island. winds are calm across most of the state. we have this snaking along, this is a front that's stalled to our south. it's starting to rise back into the region. you can see it just meandering back in. the closer it gets the better chance we have for thunderstorms. that's going to happen late tonight into
tomorrow. can't rule out one this afternoon. we will see that instability building, have potential for thunderstorms. tomorrow could be an active day. that front starts to push away. another front coming through that's going to bring us less humid conditions, drier air, sunshine blue skies and cooler temperatures. we get past tomorrow, which will be the active day. then the rest of the week you will see temperatures dropping down to below average. 87 degrees today, thunderstorms in spots. humidity building through the afternoon and evening. 87 tomorrow. that's pretty normal. then 82, 79, 81 and 8 2. that 79 comes with an over night low in the 50s. your rush right now from christy breslin at wjz traffic control. >> i was playing my violin for tim. we have a couple issues out there. downed tree stone
road at east mayberry. we have slowing 95 over to the beltway. as far as the beltway goes, it continues to run at about 55 miles per hour average. as far as your over time drive times go, on the inner loop from 75 to 83, 55 miles per hour and 8 minutes to get through. not too much happening there at the harbor tunnel. not bad drive, but more cars than just moments ago south of mountain road. this traffic report is brought to you by toyota and your local toyota dealer. ever dream of the places you'd like to go? toyota can take you there. now is a great time to get a great deal at buyatoyota.com. now it's time for manic monday. it's his time for another manic monday. ron. >> get it ronald. >> reporter: don and tim, how are you guys doing on this manic monday morning? >> good. >> not bad.
>> reporter: we have a great group. it's manic monday in fells point with open door care. >> [screams] >> reporter: i love the -- not that hat the -- what do you call it? the wig. i need one of those. here is jeaanie. >> thanks for having us >> reporter: tell us about open day care. >> it's a before and after school program. we have fabulous fun activities for kids, home work support and openings for the fall at opendoorcare.com. >> reporter: how many places? >> 24 places, 2,200 children in before and after school care. >> reporter: that's excellent. thank you for coming down. >> thank you so much. >> reporter: we're glad to have you. good morning, everybody. how you doing? >> good morning. >> reporter: open door care is here. we have tony, we have luther. good morning. >> good morning. >> reporter: good morning, luther. >> good morning. >> reporter: yeah, yeah. let
me grab my twanger first. hang on. standby. luther, let me hear those imagie magic words. >> maestro is music if you please. >> reporter: all right. here we go. manic monday in fells point with open door care. oh, yeah. >> ♪ 6 o'clock already, i was just in the middle of a dream ♪ ♪ i was kissing valentino by crystal blue italian stream ♪ ♪ ♪ but i can't be late because then i guess i just won't get paid ♪ ♪ these are the days when you wish your bed was already ma ♪ ♪ it's just another manic
monday ♪ >> open door. >> ♪ i wish it was sunday ♪ ♪ ♪ >> open door. >> ♪ that's my money fun day ♪ >> open door. >> ♪ i don't have to run day ♪ ♪ it's just another manic monday ♪ >> reporter: excellent job. we want to invite you back for the manic monday melt down in november. >> they had art work. >> reporter: yes. we love the sign. beautiful. nicely done. open door casewors care, thank you so much for coming down. i got lunch money at jimmys. thank you so much. >> thank you so much. >> reporter: all right. guys, don and tim from fells point, studio j, have a great one. >> they had a good plug several times. >> they did. still to come on eyewitness
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of his heart transplant. christy alleto explains the milestone makes him one of the nation's longest surviving transplant patients. >> baltimore county resident orlando knows how far heart transplant surgeries have come. >> the way we're walking 30 years ago you wouldn't have been able to do this. >> it would have been difficult. >> at 28 he was fighting to live. >> when i was first told that i was going to need a heart transplant that was very scary, especially at that time heart transplants weren't been done. >> in 83 they put the heart of a 16-year-old into his chest, making hopkins second heart transplant patient. >> we knew it was going to work, just not how well. >> it was more risky, more
complicated. he was given a 50% surviving his first five years. >> edward casper has been his cardiologist for the last 20 years. >> to be able to point to people we helped and say this man is alive today because of this is a good feeling. >> he celebrates 30 years of life after surgery. >> we have seen firsthand how wonderful organ donation can be and save someone's life. >> now -- orlando and his wife pamela are asking ones to be donors. there's still a shortage of donor hearts. doctors are hoping his story will encourage people to become an organ donor.
next up this morning on wjz, a california teenager is safe after going missing for a week. how police found her and her abductor. out of ordinary news about gas prices they're down. maryland's ship comes in at the port of baltimore. another record breaking economic year. good morning. christy breslin at wjz traffic control. some congestion along 95 and a couple of slow spots around the beltway. in for marylanders marylanders are expected to travel -- marty bass, you don't have to avoid the weather early on. tomorrow, that's a different story. your complete first warning weather forecast is coming up. red 2 is now in theater. features marry louse parker. on
it is 6:30. some clouds on the eastern horizon there. a story to share with you. see the water on the inner harbor, i went swimming in that yesterday morning when my kayak over turn -- overturned. we don't have any problems on the waters. no advisories on the bay. if you're in a boat and on the water today you shouldn't have problems. 87 degrees with a chance of thunderstorms in spots. over night lows around 70 degrees with a couple thunderstorms later. tomorrow could be an active day. we will talk about that coming up. we hope your vehicle stays up right this morning. here is christy breslin in for sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> we do have couple of problems on the roadways.
if you're traveling northbound 95 some late breaking construction has one of the left lanes blocked approaching mountain road. traveling around the beltway, that's still moving very well. you might see a slight slow down as you make your approach to charles street on the outer loop. northbound on the jfx a little bit of slowing there as well as you make your approach to cold spring lane. you can see everything just free and clear there top of the baltimore harbor tunnel. now for more of the stories people are talking about this morning, he's don. >> thank you. a california teenager miss missing for a week has been found and the man with her was shot by law enforcement officers. here is marly hall with the story. >> after nearly a week of worry ralph and sara brit will soon be reunited with their granddaughter. >> we're going to hug her. >> the 6 day or deal came to an end in central idaho when fbi
agents rescued hannah anderson and killed her kidnapping james lee demagio. >> the way it's ended up for hannah and jim, it's h fitting. >> the brits are relieved hannah is okay. just a week ago they lost their daughter, kristina anderson and 8-year-old grandson, ethan. the two bodies were found in demagio's burned california home. that's when authorities believe he fled hannah. >> law enforcement officials tracked them to a remote area in central idaho after a tip from four horse back riders who reported they saw a man and young girl who looked out of place. >> the amber alert was on the television i told my wife, that's that girl. >> authorities found demagio's car in the idaho wilderness. a helicopter dropped fbi agents for a 2-hour hike to the camp site. they approached on foot,
waited until they separated then shot and killed the suspect. fbi agents are still processing evidence. they say they won't release additional details about what happened until an investigation is complete. marly hall, wjz eyewitness news. >> anderson was air lifted to a hospital for evaluation. authorities say she appeared unharmed. lon snowden, the father of former nsa contractor edward snowden said he's obtained a visa from russia and plans to travel to moscow to visit with his son. edward snowden is wanted in the u.s. on charges of espionage after leaking classified material. his father said he wants his son to fight those charges in court so he can one day come home. >> where my son chooses to live the rest of his life is going to be his decision. i would like at some point in time for him to be able to come back to the u.s. because i believe that the truth will shine through. >> the father says he's not spoken with his son since he left the united states.
russia has granted edward asylum for one year. glee actress leah michelle makes her first public appearance since the death of her boyfriend, corey monteith. >> i wanted to be here today to personally thank all of you and tell everyone out there how much all of your love and support has meant to me over these past two difficult weeks. thank you. >> [screams] >> not that i had any doubt before but you guys are most certainly the greatest fans in the world. >> monteith was found dead july 13th. an autopsy revealing he died from an over dose of heroin and alcohol. the producers of glee announced there will be a tribute episode coming up. back here a baltimore county girl is being treated after she's drug by her dog.
it happened yesterday afternoon and 4:30 on cotswald court. the girl was drug by the extent of her injuries not known. she was flown to the hospital. a welcome relief for drivers this morning. gas prices have hit the lowest mark since the middle of last month. mike schuh is live at cold spring and falls road in north baltimore. good morning >> reporter: good morning. in the past week prices are have dropped. >> over the last few days the prices in nationwide and in maryland have been falling. >> it take as little less sting out of your wallet >> gas prices hit a high of $3.70. now it's $3.61. some reroef r leaf.
relief -- some relief. >> despite the crude prices trend high we've seen gas prices trickle down which is encouraging news. >> sounds good to drivers. >> i've been able to keep the tank filled. you look at the numbers and begin to wonder when you're going to get up to 100 fill up. >> reporter: so exexperts say that one of the reasons is demand is down. the height of the summer travel season has passed. supply is high and cars are more fuel efficient. i'm mike schuh reporting live. back to you. >> thank you. so if you're filling up this morning as part of you commute you will be paying $3.59 for a gallon of regular while that's up from this time last month it's still less than $3.64 a week ago. maryland's tax-free shopping week is here. until august 17th shoppers can buy clothing and shoes under $100 without paying the state's 6 for per sales tax on those purchases. this comes
just in time for back to school shopper. peter franco said it's a great time for consumers and retailers. port of baltimore logs another record-breaking year. as pat warren reports, that means for money for maryland. >> breaking records. the port of baltimore moves 9 .5 million tons of cargo. >> we don't put all of our eggs in one basket. >> port of baltimore is number one for paper, farm and construction machinery and cars. this year the port added super sized cranes. >> we're comfort with this public/private partnership. >> nearly 15,000 people are supporters themselves and their families from jobs. statewide over all 108,000 jobs are linked
to port activities. >> combined the jobs part of the port is clearly the big a take away. >> that translate to $3 billion in personal income and $300 million in taxes. >> in june the port broke a record for moving cars, 23,000 moved through that month. the orioles win their series with the giants out in san francisco. yesterday the orioles were shut out for the first five innings before getting a getting a run in the 6th. the orioles take a 3-2 lead and add four more runs in the 8th inning. then in the 9th adam jones gets a three-run homer. it's his 24th of the year. the orioles win 10-2. they are now in arizona the play the diamond backs tonight. in golf in the final round
of the pga championship it belonged to jason dufner. on the 11th hole this shot almost goes in the hole. he did that a couple times. he shoots a final round of 68 to win the pga championship by two shots. it's his first major title. it's the last major of the golf season. they're waiting 300 days for the masters in the spring. they say statistics killed baseball. >> that's exciting for him, the first major. on that platform to be the first, that has to be great. >> nobody paid attention to him. he was like 36 years old. he's a late bloomer as they say. >> he's focused on the big names and the sleepers and slides through. >> yes. >> very nice. not a bad day on the golf course today early on. keep an eye to the sky later on.
thunderstorms could roll in late this evening and tomorrow. we will talk about it in the complete first warning weather forecast. coming up on coffee with, it's mary louise parker. she's back in red 2. coming up next, the latest on traffic and tim has more first warning weather for you. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
good morning. it's going to be -- i don't know what's the matter with me. it's going to be a pretty calm start to your morning. we are starting this monday off with temperatures feeling very summer like. we will feel very september like by this time this week is over. 70 right now is your temperature. dew point at 67. 30.00 your barometer. 62 oakland, 72 ocean city, 68 elkton.
around the immediate metro area, 67 westminster, 78 bel air, 73 annapolis and on kent island. very light wind in variable directions around most of the state. we will start to see a bit of a flow from the southeast. that's because of a front that's stalled to our south. it's going to allow the warm moist air to rise into the region. you will see showers popping up. we will see a chance for thunderstorms. that moisture brings instability and things get a little shaky through the afternoon. the unstable air mass over us starts to produce storms and thunderstorms. what's going to happen with that front eventually starting to clear out we have another one tuesday. chances are we will showers, thunderstorms tomorrow that
would be heavy. today 87 degrees. the normal is 86. we will be dropping off that . the humidity stays with us through today and ton. a couple thunderstorms around, mainly later tonight into tomorrow. then tomorrow could be an active day. showers and thunderstorms throughout the day. as that front pushes through, looking at this, 82, 79, 81 and 82. those are your temperatures heading into the middle to the end of the week. what awaits you onto work and back to school shopping? here is christy breslin at wjz traffic control. >> unfortunately some brake lights there on the outer loop from 795 over to liberty road. as far as the rest of the beltway goes, that's moving very well. northbound 95 in good shape. southbound 95 you'll see some congestion as you make your approach over to the beltway. boston street at south concing, an accident. let's take a live look. everything just moving along well there on the beltway at harford road.
this traffic report is brought to by toyota and your local toyota dealer. ever dream of the places you'd like to go? toyota can take you there. now is a great time to get a great deal at buyatoyota.com. this morning's coffee with guest is mary louise parker and the satellite interview furnished by summit pictures. >> welcome to baltimore, maryland mary louise parker. how are you doing today? >> i'm well, thank you. >> i've always want ed ed to tell you something -- >> i love maryland. my mother is from there. >> where from? >> bethesda. >> do you get back often? >> yeah. she lives in virginia now. i went to maryland all the time when i was little. i love maryland. beautiful. >> you can always tell when somebody has just come -- like somebody on tv or radio has come to baltimore, dc and they're new
in the market. they go bethesda. they never get it right. >> oh, really? thank god i didn't do that. >> i got to tell you something, you had me at fried green tomatoes. you have had a cool career. >> thanks. >> you're welcome. >> thank you. >> let's face it, the characters -- you bounce all over the place. you are as versatile an actress on the scene today or in the past decade. does it embarrass you when somebody says that? >> i'm so grateful honestly for any compliment. it's hard for them to stick with me. it's -- i'm really grateful when anybody appreciates my work. i think people think that actresses comp li complimented all day long.
sometimes it's a positive. >> we agree, people comment more negatively than positive i. >> you have to take the good with the bad. let's talk red 2. how much fun was it to make this movie? >> it was really fun. it was a dream to be in paris and lock in a car with john malcovich doing a car chase. that was a great many come true. he's the greatest guy and the greatest actor. he was always kind of my hero after actors. so much fun to hang out with. it was -- it was amazing to get to shoot in paris too. usually i don't end up in locations like that. >> is this a sequel? >> sequel. >> this one? >> a sequel. >> absolutely. >> there
may be a third but no one is really sure yet. >> i'm a fan of red. there has to be a third . what a franchise that has seen become. >> yeah. i think people kind of re spond to it. there's generally something in it kind of for everyone. that's good entertainment. it's a kind of movie you want to go on a friday night and get a popcorn. it doesn't take itself too seriously. >> it's a good popcorn flick. there's good heavy duty drama. every once in a while you have to turn your brain off and go for it. >> yeah. i think in some ways that's the most profound thing that movies can do or entertainment of any kind. it makes people forget their problems for an hour and a half. if you do that you've achieved something just to get people to laugh. that's a big thing. >> okay. so i
got to digress for just a second john. the first time you met him were you intimidated? when you look at that face in person from a foot and a half, two feet away is it creepy? how is it? >> he's amazing. i think he's so handsome and sexy and cool. he's kind of -- i relevant ally always looked up to him. so when i first met him we were doing a movie called portrait of a lady. he is someone that i was really, really excited to meet. probably was more than a little bit awkward around the first time i met him. he just as -- >> he's john malcovich. >> he's the. >> exactly. our time has ran short. red 2, been there, done it. i'll do it again. i hope there's a third.
thanks so much for being with us. >> thank you so much. >> pleasure is ours. the next time you get to bethesda to see the family tell everyone we said hi. talk to you later. you can always tell. >> exactly. taking a break and come ing right back with more of the eyewitness news morning edition. [ dad ] so i walked into that dealer's office and you know what i walked out with? [ slurps ] [ dad ] a new passat. [ dad ] 0% apr. 60 months. done and done. [ dad ] in that driveway, is a german-engineered piece of awesome. that i got for 0% apr. good one, dad. thank you, dalton. [ male announcer ] it's the car you won't stop talking about. ever. hurry in to the volkswagen best. thing. ever. event. and get 0% apr for 60 months, now until september 3rd.
6 before 7:00. here come your updates. 87 degrees today, 87 tomorrow. a chance of thunderstorms tonight and tomorrow. then things cool down. 81, 79, 81 and 2. now to christy breslin at wjz traffic control. >> still looking at delays out there on the beltway. on the topside of the outer loop watch for a slow down there approaching harford road. the west side of the outer loop brake lights from liberty road to national pike baltimore national pike. 95 slow southbound. an accident at the aberdeen exit. a crash in baltimore city, boston street at south conc ling. this traffic report is brought to you by jiffy lube. could you drink a
cup of coffee that's a year old? that's what you're asking your car to do when you don'ted get your oil changed. we will stick with the transportation theme. gas prices are the lowsest in a month. it fell 9 cents. if you're filling up this bhorng you will likely be paying around $3.59 for that gallon of regular. this morning a baltimore county girl is being treat at the hospital after being dragged by her son. it happened yesterday afternoon and 4:30 on cotswald court. the exact circumstances aren't known. she was flown to the hospital though. closing arguments are set to begin in the murder for trial trial of karla porter. she told jurors she suffered year of verbal and physical abuse at the hands of her husband, william, who she's accused of hiring a
hit man to kill at the gas station they owned together. the five other defendants are serving prison time. a crash happened on the beltway between providence road and dulaney valley road. a passenger van flipped over on its side. it has damage but nobody was trapped inside. everyone was taken to the hospital. we have no word on their current conditions. the ravens have added an old player to the new roster. brandon stokley is returning. he signed a one-year contract with the team that first drafted h him in '99. he's since played for indianapolis, denver, seattle and the giants. he was at yesterday's open practice but did not suit up. stay with wjz 13, maryland's news station. complete news, traffic and weather still ahead. more on being rescued by the more on being rescued by the fbi, the n[ elizabeth ]t for a,, i like to drink orange juice or have lemon in my water...
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